stress prevention month

Reduce Your Travel Stress

One of the reasons people go on vacations is to lower their stress, but there are many obstacles that can get in the way. Travel scams are one example, and it can contribute to financial and travel stress. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. households spend only three percent of their annual expenditures

Summer Travel Stress Tips

Traveling during the summer can be very stressful. Factors affecting summer travel include intense heat, increased number of people at vacation sites, costs, and the pressure to make this precious time special. Listed below are a few tips to help make your summer travel experience less stressful. Have your offense ready  Root yourself in stress

May is Expensive

May can bring lots of summer financial stress to a family. The month of May has many celebrations such as Mother’s Day, graduations, gifts for teachers, and the additional travel costs to graduations and Mother’s Day celebrations. Have a family meeting and discuss all the expenses each family member expects for the May. Write them

Reduce Office Stress in Five Minutes

If you’re feeling stressed at the office there is a way for you to reduce office stress without falling behind on your work. If you can spare five-minutes you can re-energize and lower your office stress. According to the American Psychological Association, 75 percent of Americans list work as a significant source of stress in

Stress-Less Through Walking

We can all do with a walk every now and then, but taking a Mindful approach to your exercise routine can turn your nature walk into eco-therapy. Nature walks have been used to treat an array of medical conditions like hypertension, headaches, stress, depression, diabetes, and digestive disorders. Walking releases endorphins in your body that

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